The Solution Outreach Center Assistive Technology Program at OCCK, Inc – KANSAS

Address: 1710 W. Schilling Road
Salina, KS 67402
Phone: (785) 827-9398 Fax: (785) 8232015 Website:

OCCK is a not-for-profit Kansas corporation dedicated to helping people with physical or mental disabilities remove barriers to employment, independent living, and full participation in their communities. Our organization has been in operation since 1970. Today over 250 OCCK employees from diverse educational and professional backgrounds pool their wide-ranging talents to build communities where everyone belongs.

The Solution Outreach Center at OCCK Inc. connects people with disabilities of all ages to the tools needed to live as full participants in the community. We believe an informed customer working collaboratively with knowledgeable professionals can best identify and select effective technology devices and services.

Through information and referral, assessments, computer labs, job accommodations, technical assistance, training sessions, and equipment loans, the Solution Outreach Center enables people to live, learn, work, define their futures, and achieve their dreams.

The Solution Outreach Center at OCCK is one of five Access Sites in Kansas, which is part of the Assistive Technology for Kansans Project and provides services throughout a 22-county area in North Central Kansas.

Other Services by OCCK Include:

  • Developmental Disability Services
  • Solution Outreach Center Assistive Technology
  • Independent Connection®
  • North Central Kansas Workforce Solutions
  • Infant Toddler Services
  • Children’s Services
  • Case Management
  • Transportation Services (CityGo®)
  • Our Products

Assistive Technology Programs and Services Include:

  • Assistive Technology Assessments
  • Demonstration Labs
  • Equipment Loans
  • Kansas Equipment Exchange
  • Kansas AgrAbility
  • Telecommunications Access Program (TAP)
  • Community Education and Workshops
  • Business Consultations
  • What Sets Us Apart
  • Alliance for Technology Access website


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